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Graduate Certificate: Contemporary Analytical Psychology and Neo-Jungian Studies

September 14th, 2024 – July 12th, 2025

10 Month Course | Offered Live via Zoom

Program Description

What you will receive

  • 13 Live Interactive Learning Sessions with world recognized Jungian Analysts & Scholars
  • 13 Recorded Learning Sessions with world recognized Jungian Analysts & Scholars
  • A Learning Resource Guide with links to suggested books, articles, films
  • A Private, on-line Discussion Forum
  • PGI Graduate Certificate upon successful completion of the course
  • 13 CECs* See qualifying criteria for CEs below

Course Description

We live in an era when the abundance of psychologically informed material has never before been so prevalent and accessible, yet this reality exists side by side with the statistically documented profile of a mental health crisis that reaches across national borders and socio-economic divides. In his book, A New Therapy for Politics, (2015), author Andrew Samuels presciently writes: “To be honest, the possible contribution of psychotherapy to society beyond the alleviation of individual distress has not been much welcomed. The world did not show up for its first session.” The questions demand to be asked: Why didn’t the world show up for its first session? Why are we in the throes of a mental health crisis when psychological modalities and interventions have never been more prevalent and accessible?

While many of the concepts developed by Jung, such as introversion, extroversion, complex, personal and collective unconscious, or synchronicity, have entered the psychological vocabulary as well as common parlance, they are often not understood from a psychoanalytic perspective and the psychoanalytic perspective is all too often marginalized as not being relevant to the real world challenges of climate crisis, mental health crisis and social justice concerns.

Pacifica Online is pleased to partner with Jungeaneum/Dr. Stefano Carpani,  to offer this one-of-a-kind graduate certificate course that connects you with world recognized authorities in Analytical Psychology and Neo-Jungian Studies whose individual and collective scholarship continues to shape the contours and influence the trajectory of the theory and practice of Jungian Psychoanalytic work.  Each interactive learning session will focus not only on foundational elements of Analytical Psychology, but on understanding the ways in which Jungian psychology speaks to the current epoch of polycrisis and the evolving understanding of cultural complexes and a pluralistic psyche.

This Course is Ideal for

This course is open to anyone interested in the work of C.G. Jung, the post-Jungians and Analytical Psychology as well as depth psychology who want to have a first contact with this discipline. No previous knowledge or degrees will be required to register. Lay person, Psychologists, Medical Doctors, psychotherapists, other health professionals and nurses, students, teachers and researchers of psychology, sociology and social sciences and the humanities and other professionals of arts are welcome.

By the End of This Course You Will Be Able To

  • Understand the foundational theoretical and clinical aspects of Analytical Psychology
  • Understand how Analytical Psychology can contribute to greater self-knowledge and personal development
  • Understand interpersonal dynamics and conflicts in the light of Analytical Psychology
  • Utilize techniques of Analytical Psychology that enable to reveal and express intrapsychic dynamics
  • Understand how Analytical Psychology can help to conceptualize and explain cultural and collective phenomena.
  • For mental health professionals: conceptualize cases in the light of Analytical Psychology and define intervention strategies

Course Schedule

All Live Sessions will run from 8:00 – 9:30 AM PT/11:00 – 12:30 PM ET/4:00 – 5:30 PM UTC.

Please Note that Murray Stein’s session will run from 7:00 – 8:30 AM PT/10:00 – 11:30 AM ET/3:00 – 4:30 PM UTC

September 14th, 2024
Stefano Carpani

October 12th, 2024
Alan Vaughan

November 16th, 2024 (start at 7 AM PT / 3 PM UTC)
Murray Stein

December 14th, 2024
Verena Kast

January 18th, 2025
John Beebe

February 15th, 2025
Renate Daniel

March 15th, 2025
Marianne Meister

April 12th, 2025
Jan Wiener

May 10th, 2025
Ursula Brasch

May 24th, 2025
Joseph Cambray

June 7th, 2025
Karin Fleisher

June 21st, 2025
Ruth Williams

July 12th, 2025
Caterina Vezzoli

Course Overview

September 14, 2024 – Jung, Freud, and the Need for Analytical Psychology in the 21st Century – Stefano Carpani

The dynamic between Jung and Freud commenced with their initial correspondence and underwent a process of evolution and refinement, spanning their brief yet fervent collaboration and persisting even after its dissolution. This relationship laid the groundwork for subsequent advancements in both analytical psychology and psychoanalysis.

As this graduate certificate aims to study and understand the complexities of the 21st century, focusing on the insights of Jung and Freud (and their relationship) is key. This lecture explores the enduring relevance of analytical psychology in our modern era. By delving into the foundational principles of Jungian (and Freudian) theories, we uncover how their perspectives offer profound insights into the intricacies of the human mind, interpersonal relationships, and societal dynamics. We will examine why analytical psychology remains indispensable for understanding and addressing the psychological challenges of our time.

Exploring the enduring legacy of Jung and Freud and their invaluable contributions to psychological inquiry in the 21st century, the lecture will delve into the significance of Jung’s initial fascination with Freud’s theories, their divergent interpretations of libido (frequently considered pivotal in their eventual parting), the exploration of symbols and signs, Freud’s focus on the Logos, and Jung’s preoccupation with the Imago, and much more.

Suggested reading:


  • Frey-Rohn, L. (2001). From Freud to Jung: A Comparative Study of the Psychology of the Unconscious. Shambhala
  • Kaufmann, W., (2017), Freud, Alder, and Jung: Discovering the Mind. Routledge


  • Hogenson, G. (1994). Jung’s struggle with Freud (Revised Edition ed.). Chiron Publications.
  • Vandermeersch, P. (1991). Unresolved Questions in the Freud/Jung Debate: On Psychosis, Sexual Identity, and Religion (A.-M. Marivoet, Trans. (4)). Leuven University Press Leuven.
  • Vandermeersch may be freely downloaded from his website: https://www.patrickvandermeersch.org/freud-and-jung/
  • Shamdasani, S. (2003). Jung and the Making of Modern Psychology: The Dream of a Science. Cambridge University Press.


October 12th, 2024 – Introduction to Analytical Psychology – Alan Vaughan

This course offers an overview of the prolific life and times of C.G. Jung (1875-196) in cultural context, through the agency of autobiography and critical biography. Participants are introduced to the Collected Works of C. G. Jung by subject matter. The course provides an introduction, to the core concepts and constructs in Analytical psychology that include theories of personality, psychoanalysis, and depth psychotherapy. Topics include: models of consciousness, structure and dynamics of psyche, dream theory, the nature of mythology, the stages of psychoanalysis and the nature of transference and countertransference. In addition, the scholarship of post-Jungian analysts and scholars that both extend and critique Analytical psychology are referenced and discussed. Some of these areas include: neuroscience, attachment theory, synchronicity, active imagination, spirituality and cultural complex theories.

The course is offered to those interested in the life and work of C.G. Jung. It provides a strong theoretical foundation that supports and facilitates cohesive assimilation of his theories and the Trans-disciplinary and Transcultural nature of his work. The course serves as a bridge to the in-depth study of the Collected Works of C.G. Jung, the recently published Red Book and the Black Books. The Red Book provides foreground and background for Jung’s original ideas born from the period of his creative engagement and self- analysis of his unconscious. The Black Books are published notes that foreground the Red Book. The Red Book and The Black Books are not covered in this seminar. This course can serve as a portal to research, theory application and professional practice.

Course Learning Outcomes:

  1. Knowledge of the narrative in the autobiography and/or biography of C.G. Jung, his life and work.
  2. Knowledge of core concepts and constructs in Analytical psychology: theories of personality, psychoanalysis, and depth psychotherapy.
  3. Knowledge of Jung’s theory on dreams

Suggested reading:

  • Cambray, J., & Carter, L. (Eds.). (2004). Analytical psychology. New York, NY: Brunner-Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group.
  • Edinger, E. (1994). Eternal drama, inner meaning of Greek mythology. Boston, MA: Shambhala.
  • Jacobi, J. (1973). The psychology of C.G. Jung. New Haven, CT: Yale University Press.
  • Jung, C. G. (1963). Memories dreams and reflections. New York, NY: Pantheon Books.
  • Jung, C. G. (1974). Dreams. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press.

Additional Readings:

  • Vaughan, A. (2013). Jung, analytical psychology and transpersonal psychology. Harris Friedman and Glenn Hartelius (Eds), Handbook of transpersonal psychology, pp.141-155. West Susssex, UK:Wiley Blackwell.
  • Vaughan, A. (2016). Jungian dreamwork. Jacquie Lewis and Stanley Krippner (Eds.), Working with dreams and PTSD nightmares,14 approaches for psychotherapists and counselors pp.1-23. Santa Barbra, California and Denver, Colorado: Praeger.
  • Vaughan, A. (2018) A Conversation between Like-Minded Colleagues and Friends: Alan Vaughan and Andrew Samuels, Jung Journal, 12:2, 118-137, DOI:10.1080/19342039.2018.1442108To link to this article: https://doi.org/10.1080/19342039.2018.1442108
  • Vaughan, A. (2019). ‘African American Jungian Analysts on Culture, Clinical Training/Practice and Racism’. Journal of Analytical Psychology, 2019, 64, 3, 320–348


November 16th, 2024 – What Analytical Psychology May Contribute to the World Today and Tomorrow – Murray Stein

*Please note this session will run from 7:00 – 8:30 AM PT/10:00 – 11:30 AM ET

In this lecture, I will discuss what C.G. Jung and analytical psychology have meant to me personally. In this, I will speak of “my Jung” and how 50 years of engagement with his life and work have affected my destiny. I will then go on to speak of Jung’s legacy, of what his theory and the practice of analytical psychology offer our and future generations. In all of this, I will make references to Jung’s life, his writings and other works as a guide for the psychological and spiritual development of individuals and collectives. In summary, I will speak of what analytical psychology stands for the world today and the vision and methods for development that it offers to individuals and communities.

Suggested reading:

  • C.G. Jung, Memories, Dreams, Reflections


December 14th, 2024 – On Active Imagination – Verena Kast

Verena Kast’s lecture on Active Imagination explores a fundamental concept in Jungian psychology, elucidating its significance and practical applications. Active Imagination, as conceptualized by Carl Jung, is a technique to access the unconscious through creative engagement with images and symbols. Kast delves into the transformative potential of this method, illustrating how it fosters self-discovery, psychological integration, and spiritual growth. By engaging in a dialogue with the unconscious, individuals can unearth hidden aspects of their psyche, confront unresolved conflicts, and cultivate a deeper connection with the archetypal realm. Kast’s lecture navigates the theoretical underpinnings of Active Imagination while offering practical guidance on its implementation in therapeutic settings and personal development. Through case studies and experiential exercises, attendees gain insight into harnessing the power of imagination for healing and individuation.

Suggested reading:



January 18th,2025 – Jung & Typology: A Self-Organizing Complexity, Driven by Archetypes to Create Consciousness – John Beebe

G. Jung’s theory of psychological types is a model of the distribution and organization of consciousness in the individuating person. John Beebe has pioneered the understanding of typology as Jung’s “little-s” self-psychology. He has been able to demonstrate both its deeper roots in archetypes that hold extraordinary adaptive and defensive potential and its broadening capacity to organize cultural attitudes that can inform a range of social adaptations. In this lecture, Dr. Beebe will freshly examine each of the eight basic “types” of conscious orientation Jung named, tracing the story arc of each as it develops from rigid complex to a more capacious complexity. He will add his unique understanding of how the types of consciousness are expressed according to the archetypal roles they are associated with in the individual’s personality. Beebe will use film examples to show the interactions between introverted and extraverted types of consciousness within the self. He will also discuss the implication of these relations between internal subjects for object relations with other people. This presentation will offer a chance to experience how typological complexes express themselves best in interactions that, when learned from, create a person capable of adapting in individual ways to both inner and outer realities.

Suggested reading:

  • Beebe, John (2017). Energies and Patterns in Psychological Type: The Reservoir of Consciousness.
  • Beebe, John (ed.) (2021). Journal of Analytical Psychology: Special Issue: Psychological Types. 66, No. 5. Wiley.
  • Haas, Leona & Hunziker, Mark. (2006). Building Blocks of Personality Type: A Guide to Using the Eight-Process Model of Personality Type: Jung’s Mental Processes.
  • Hunziker, Mark (2016). Depth Typology: C. G. Jung, Isabel Myers, John Beebe and the Guide Map to Becoming Who We Are. Write Way Publishing.
  • Jung, C. G. Psychological Types (1976). (Collected Works, Vol. 6), Foreword to Argentine Edition (pp. xiv-xv, 1934); General Description of the Types (pp. 330-407, 1921), and “Psychological Typology” (pp. 542-555, 1936). Princeton University Press.
  • von Franz, Marie-Louise (1971). “The Inferior Function” in von Franz & Hillman, Lectures on Jung’s Typology.


February 15th, 2025 – The Relevance of Fairytales to the Contemporary Socio-Cultural Challenges of the 21st Century – Renate Daniel

Fairy tales describe archetypal patterns and thus collective unconscious processes that operate behind zeitgeist phenomena. They deepen our understanding of contemporary social phenomena.

Basically, every fairy tale contains an essential psychological message about fundamental human conflicts that have existed in all epochs and cultures, and which are relevant to us today and will remain so in the future. Because of this timelessness and internationality, fairy tales are a valuable resource when we are perplexed, overwhelmed, or at something of a loss. In such situations, fairy tales show us what it needs to overcome a difficult situation, but also what it takes to fail and why.

Actually, a fairy tale itself is its own best explanation. But the most astonishing and important messages are often no longer understood, because its symbols and language seem outdated, the fairy tale contents appear mostly childish or unrealistic, in other words, not believable. The human mind is quite skeptical about the value of fairy tales.

Therefore, a deep psychological interpretation is needed: it “translates” the fairy tale for today and tries to work out archetypal key statements – the “red thread”. A successful interpretation causes a feeling of coherence and the experience of resonance and enables to understand phenomena in a more holistic way. In this seminar we use fairy tales and myths to reflect on current issues of power structures, needs for control and security, longing for relationships along with fear of relating.

Suggested reading:

  • Birkhäuser-Oeri, S. (1988). The Mother: Archetypal Image in Fairy Tales. Toronto: Inner City.
  • Dieckmann, H. (1986). Twice-Told Tales: The Psychological Use of Fairy Tales. Wilmette: Chiron.
  • Franz, M.L. v. (1996), The Interpretation of Fairy Tales. (Revised ed.) Boston and London: Shambhala
  • Franz, M.-L.v. (1972). Problems of the Feminine in Fairy Tales. New York: Spring.
  • Franz, M.-L.v. (1974). Shadow and Evil in Fairy Tales. Zürich: Spring,
  • Franz, M.-L.v. (1997) Archetypal Patterns in Fairy tales,
  • Kast, V. (1995): Folktales as Therapy. Fromm, New York.


March 15th, 2025 – Sand-Play – Marianne Meister

Marianne Meister’s presentation on Sand-Play delves into the profound therapeutic modality developed by Dora Kalff based on Jungian principles. Sand-Play provides a nonverbal, symbolic means for individuals, particularly children, to explore their inner worlds and address psychological challenges. Meister elucidates the intricate process of creating and interacting with miniature worlds in the sandbox, highlighting its efficacy in facilitating emotional expression, trauma resolution, and personal growth. Through case examples and theoretical insights, she demonstrates Sand-Play’s ability to access the unconscious, activate imagination, and promote healing. Meister’s abstract emphasizes the transformative potential of Sand-Play as a therapeutic tool for clinicians and counselors, offering a glimpse into its profound impact on individuals’ psyches and lives.

Suggested reading:



April 12th, 2025 – Transference and Countertransference: The Making of Meaning– Jan Wiener

Jan Wiener’s exploration of Transference and Countertransference illuminates their pivotal roles in the therapeutic process. Drawing from psychoanalytic theory and his extensive clinical experience, Wiener elucidates how unconscious feelings and dynamics between therapist and client shape the therapeutic relationship. Through vivid examples and theoretical insights, he examines how transference phenomena reflect past experiences and relational patterns, offering opportunities for insight and healing. Furthermore, Wiener delves into the concept of countertransference, emphasizing its inevitability and potential as a tool for understanding and empathy. His abstract underscores the intricate interplay between therapist and client, highlighting the importance of self-awareness and reflexivity in navigating therapeutic encounters. Wiener’s work serves as a valuable resource for clinicians seeking to deepen their understanding of the therapeutic process and enhance their effectiveness in facilitating meaningful change.

Suggested reading:



May 10th, 2025 – The I Ching: The Book of Changes and Contemporary Analytical Psychology – Ursula Brasch

Is there an archetype of order? And what if, social, mental and psychological processes, which seem so chaotic and unmanageable to us, were based on an order that can be found? The I Ching, as an ancient Chinese wisdom book, can be used to deal with important life questions. It shows how all things in the universe are connected in various patterns of relationship and resonance. When used as a tool in therapy, the perspective of the I Ching, or “Book of Changes,” can help to unearth hidden aspects of a complex psychological situation. The more facets of the unconscious one can uncover, the more instruction one has in approaching and establishing a relationship with “the other” operating in the unknowable areas of the psyche. But what informs the alien, ancient perspective of the I Ching, and what kind of meaning is it trying to convey? In the lecture, we will explore analytical psychology’s understanding of the concepts of kairos, synchronicity, and complementary opposites, along with Jung’s own contact with ancient Chinese philosophy. Through these lenses, we will consider the I Ching’s relevance today.

Suggested Reading:

  • Wilhelm/Baynes (1997). The I Ching. Bollingen: Princeton Uniiversity Press
  • Balkin, Jack.( 2009). The laws of Change. Branford: Sybil Creek Press
  • Smith, Richard J.(2008). Fathoming the Cosmos and ordering the World. University of Virginia Press
  • Cleary,Thomas.(1986) The Taoist I Ching. Boulder: Shambalah Publications


May 14th, 2025 – Jung & Synchronicity, The Re-Enchantment of the World – Joseph Cambray

In a time of great personal and collective crisis, Jung undertook his inward journey into the unconscious. The experiences he had during this time formed the living basis for his theories and methods we continue to celebrate, employ and modify to the present day. In this masterclass we will look at primary data from his “confrontation with the unconscious” as shown in his Red Book. Key signature concepts such as Individuation and Synchronicity will be shown to have emerged in this context. We will follow the evolution of these ideas through this period and beyond into his therapeutic work of a personal and collective nature as well as exploring the methods he developed during this time. This will include his final iteration of his archetypal hypothesis, to include the psychoid aspects of the soul. Then we will look at some valuable contemporary modifications based on the best information currently available from complexity studies. The loss of soul in our rationalistic, disenchanted modern societies will be seen to be remediated in part by Jung lifelong efforts, what in contemporary understanding will be referred to as a “re-enchantment of the world.” Practical examples will be offered from the presenter’s work, as well as some exercises to enhance experiential learning.

Based on the prerecorded lecture and the readings, in the live, interactive webinar we will begin with some guided imagery explorations connected with the themes which have been presented. This will allow us to deepen the engagement in the live webinar, so that more thorough experiential knowledge of the relations between theory and practice can be realized.

Suggested reading:

  • Cambray, Joe. “21st Century Unconscious: Altered states, oracles, and intelligences.” In, Depth Psychology and Climate Change: The Green Book, Dale Mathers, ed. New York & London: Routledge (2020).
  • Main, Roderick. Breaking the Spell of Disenchantment: Mystery, Meaning, and Metaphysics in the Work of C. G. Jung. Asheville, NC: Chiron Publications, (2022).
  • Cambray, Joe.  “Reconsidering Individuation in the 21st Century: When Archetypal Patterns Shift.” In Our World of Uncertainty: Possibilities and Challenges Through a Jungian Perspective, ed. L. Sawin and J. Cambray, Asheville, NC: Chiron Publications, (2023-in press).
  • Cambray, Joseph.  Synchronicity:  Nature & Psyche in an Interconnected Universe(Fay Lecture Series).  College Station, TX:  Texas A & M University Press, (2009).
  • Simard, Suzanne.  Finding the Mother Tree: Discovering the Wisdom of the Forest.  New York: Vintage Books (2021).


June 7th, 2025 – The Body as Messenger – Karin Fleisher

Karin Fleisher’s exploration of “The Body as Messenger” delves into the profound ways in which the body communicates and reflects the inner workings of the psyche. Drawing from somatic psychology and depth psychology perspectives, Fleisher illuminates how bodily sensations, symptoms, and gestures convey unconscious emotions, memories, and psychological patterns. Through clinical anecdotes and theoretical insights, she demonstrates how attending to the body’s messages can deepen self-awareness, facilitate healing, and foster psychological integration. Fleisher navigates the intricate relationship between mind and body, highlighting the significance of embodiment in therapeutic work and personal growth. Her exploration invites readers to cultivate a deeper connection with their bodily experiences, recognizing them as valuable sources of insight and wisdom on the journey toward wholeness and self-discovery.

Suggested reading:



June 21st, 2025 – Exploring Spirituality from a Post-Jungian Perspective – Ruth Williams

This lecture offers a profound inquiry into the intersection of Jungian psychology and spirituality. Williams delves into Jung’s insights, providing clinical and personal reflections that illuminate the transformative potential of spiritual experiences within the context of therapy and personal growth. Through the lens of post-Jungian thought, she explores themes of individuation, archetypal imagery, and the integration of spirituality into psychological healing. Williams navigates complex topics such as religious symbolism, mystical experiences, and the search for meaning, offering practical guidance for therapists and individuals alike. Her book serves as a bridge between psychology and spirituality, inviting readers to embark on a journey of self-discovery and spiritual exploration informed by Jung’s enduring legacy.

Suggested Reading:



July 12th, 2025 – Beyond The Oedipus Complex– Caterina Vezzoli

Caterina Vezzoli’s exploration of “Beyond the Oedipus Complex: A Post-Jungian Interpretation” delves into the complexities of early psychosexual development and familial dynamics from a Jungian perspective. Departing from Freudian theory, Vezzoli reexamines the Oedipus complex through the lens of Jungian psychology, emphasizing archetypal patterns and the individuation process. Through clinical case studies and theoretical analysis, she elucidates how unconscious conflicts and familial dynamics shape individuals’ psychological development beyond traditional Freudian frameworks. Vezzoli navigates the intricate interplay of personal and collective unconscious forces, highlighting the role of archetypal imagery and cultural influences in shaping human experience. Her exploration offers a fresh perspective on psychosexual development, inviting readers to reconsider traditional paradigms and embrace a more nuanced understanding of human psychology rooted in Jungian theory.

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Program Details


September 14th, 2024 – July 12th, 2025

Saturdays 8:00 AM – 9:30 AM PT/11:00 AM – 12:30 PM ET/4:00 – 5:30 PM UTC *Note Murray Stein’s Session will run from 7:00 – 8:30 AM PT/10:00 – 11:30 AM ET

International participation is encouraged and welcomed

Registration Fees

  • $480.00 – Pacifica Extension Student Membership Rate
  • $680.00 – Pacifica Alumni Rate
  • $680.00 – Senior Rate (65+)
  • $800.00 – General Rate
  • $30 – Continuing Education Credits (13 CEC Hours)

Participants requesting Continuing Education Credits (CECs) for Online programs must attend all live sessions (offered via Zoom) in order to receive CECs. Please make sure that your Zoom account name matches the name of the attendee requesting CECs.

For Current Pacifica Graduate Students enrolled in a degree program – sign up for your complimentary Pacifica Extension Student Membership here to be eligible for the Pacifica Extension Student Membership Rate for this program: https://extension.pacifica.edu/register/pgi-student/

You have the option of putting down a 50% deposit when registering for the program and paying the remaining balance in installments of your choice until February 21, 2025. You can select this on the registration form.

Limited scholarship and reduced tuition opportunities are available for this program. Please email retreat@pacifica.edu to request a scholarship application form. The deadline for scholarship applications is August 27, 2024.

All of the live Zoom sessions will be recorded and made available to everyone registered for the program. If you watch the recordings and keep up with the online discussion forum you will qualify for the certificate of completion. Live attendance to the Zoom sessions is not necessary unless you are looking to obtain Continuing Education Credits.

About the Teachers

Stefano Carpani, Ph.D., is an Italian psychoanalyst and sociologist (member and lecturer of the C.G. Jung Institute Zürich, and postgraduate of the University of Cambridge) working in private practice in Berlin (DE) and online. He initiated the YouTube series Breakfast at Küsnacht, Lockdown Therapy and War as Reset, and co-created Psychosocial Wednesdays (currently serving as its chairperson). He initiated and curates Jungianeum: Initiatives for Contemporary Analytical Psychology and neo-Jungian Studies, the book series titled Re-covered Classics in Analytical psychology and JUNGIANEUM/Yearbook. For the Italian magazine “Doppiozero,” he hosts a column titled “Cultivating the Soul in the SuperSociety.” He serves as scientific consultant to Pacifica Graduate Institute (USA). Among his edited books: Breakfast at Küsnacht (Chiron, 2020 – IAJS Best Edited Book nominee); Anthology of Contemporary Classics in Analytical psychology: The New Ancestors (Routledge, 2022 – GRADIVA Best Edited Book nominee). His forthcoming book is titled Absolute Freedom (Routledge, 2024).


Alan G. Vaughan, Ph.D., JD, is an analyst member of the C.G Jung Institute of San Francisco, where he serves on the editorial board of the Jung Journal: Culture & Psyche, and the Committee on Diversity and Inclusion. He is in private practice as a psychoanalyst and as a clinical & consulting psychologist. He is a core faculty member in the Saybrook University doctoral clinical psychology program and directs the Jungian Studies specialization. His scholarship interests are at the intersections of: Analytical psychology, U.S. Constitutional Jurisprudence and African Diaspora Studies. His recent publications, “Every voice, every vote counts: challenges to Multicultural Democracy”, In Cultural Complexes and the Soul of America, Myths, Psyche and Politics (Routledge, 2020); Alan G. Vaughan (2022), On Jung, Archetypes, Aesthetics, and Culture in the Art from the African Diaspora, Jung Journal, 16:3, 38-70, DOI: 10.1080/19342039.2022.2088992; link https://doi.org/10.1080/19342039.2022.2088992. Forthcoming book, C.G. Jung and the African Diaspora, is to be published by Routledge.


Murray Stein, Ph.D. is a Training and Supervising Analyst at the International School of Analytical Psychology Zurich (ISAP-ZURICH). He has been president of the International Association for Analytical Psychology (IAAP) and President of ISAP-ZURICH and lectures internationally. He is the author of Jung’s Map of the Soul, Outside Inside and All Around, The Mystery of Transformation and many other books and articlesSix volumes of his Collected Writings have been published to date. He lives in Switzerland and has a private practice in Zurich and from his home in Goldiwil.


Prof. Dr. phil. Verena Kast, psychologist and psychotherapist, was professor of anthropological psychology at the University of Zurich. She is a teaching analyst and supervisor at the C.G. Jung-Institut Zurich and was President of the Curatorium of the Institute. She was co-director of the Lindauer Psychotherapiewochen, the largest German-speaking continuing education event in psychotherapy. Numerous publications in the field of fairy tales, symbolism in general, relationship, mourning processes, emotions also in connection with complex theory and imagination.


John Beebe, a former president of the C. G. Jung Institute of San Francisco, is a psychiatrist who specializes in psychotherapy. He is author of Energies and Patterns in Psychological Type: The Reservoir of Consciousness and co-editor of The Question of Psychological Types: The Correspondence of C. G. Jung and Hans Schmid-Guisan. John has received the President’s Award for Exceptional Service from the Association for Psychological Type International. In 2021, he edited a special issue of The Journal of Analytical Psychology in honor of the 100th anniversary of the publication of Jung’s Psychological Types. Beebe has spearheaded a Jungian typological approach to the analysis of film. His eight-function, eight-archetype model of type is widely studied and applied.


Renate Daniel, MD, studied medicine at the University of Heidelberg and specialized in the fields of psychiatry and psychotherapy. She is a Jungian analyst, training analyst/supervisor and Director of Programs at the C.G. Jung Institute in Zurich. She also works as a specialist at the C.G. Jung Outpatient’s Clinic in Zurich, and is a member of the Scientific Management Board of the International Society of Depth Psychology (IGT) and a member of the Scientific Advisory Board of the Lindau Psychotherapy Weeks (LPTW), held in Germany.


Marianne Meister-Notter, Dr. phil. I is a Clinical Psychologist, Jungian Analyst IAAP, Psychotherapist BAG, and Sandplay Therapist SGSST and ISST working with adults, children and adolescents in her own private practice in Zürich (Switzerland). She is a former Vice President of the Curatorium of the C.G. Jung Institute Zürich, as well as the Head of the “Further Training & Vocational Policy” committee, and is a lecturer, training analyst and supervisor at the C.G. Jung Institute Zürich, in Küsnacht, Switzerland. She also has a master’s degree in literature and art history and teaches internationally on the psychological meaning of images and drawings and the developmental processes they reflect in practical psychotherapeutic work. Her most recent publication is titled The Key to Self: Recognition of Self Through Depth-Psychology-Oriented Astrology (Patmos, 2015 and Chiron 2022).


Jan Weiner (Bio Coming Soon)


Ursula Brasch MA, is a German Psychoanalyst in private Practice in Schopfheim (Germany). She is a Training Analyst and Supervisor at C.G. Jung Institutes Zürich and Stuttgart, Member of the Board of the C.G. Jung Institute Zürich. She studied Sinology, History, and Politics in Freiburg and Tübingen and Taiwan. Many years of teaching and lecturing in the basics of Analytical Psychology, Clinical Psychology and the “I Ching – Book of Changes”.


Joseph Cambray, Ph.D. is the Past-President/CEO and Provost for Pacifica Graduate Institute; Past-President of the International Association for Analytical Psychology; served as the U.S. Editor for The Journal of Analytical Psychology and is on various editorial boards He was a faculty member at Harvard Medical School in the Department of Psychiatry at Massachusetts General Hospital, Center for Psychoanalytic Studies. Dr. Cambray is a Jungian analyst now living in the Santa Barbara area of California. His numerous publications include the book based on his Fay Lectures: Synchronicity: Nature and Psyche in an Interconnected Universe and several edited volumes: one with Leslie Sawin Research in Analytical Psychology – Volume 1: Applications from Scientific, Historical, and (Cross)-Cultural Research, and an earlier one with Linda Carter, Analytical Psychology: Contemporary Perspectives in Jungian Psychology. He has published numerous papers in a range of international journals.


Karin Fleisher (Bio Coming Soon)


Ruth Williams, MA (Jungian and Post-Jungian Studies), is a Jungian analyst-analytical psychologist, integrative psychotherapist and supervisor based in London, England. She is the author of Jung: The Basics (Routledge 2019). See: www.RuthWilliams.org.uk.


Caterina Vezzoli is an Italian Jungian analyst in private practice in Milan (Italy). She trained as a psychologist at the University of Padua and at the C.G. Jung Institute in Zurich and is a training analyst there and at the Centro Italiano di Psicologia Analitica (CIPA). She has served as Director of Studies, Honorary Secretary and Treasurer of CIPA’s Milan Institute, as well as its National Treasurer and Vice President. She taught for many years in the department of psychiatry at the University of Milan. She has done extensive research on children’s dreams, child analysis, the psychology and physiology of sleeping and dreaming, the associations experiment, and has written extensively on these topics. She has also been a member of the IAAP international committee for coordination and development of Jungian child analysis and is the IAAP liaison for the developing group in Malta. She is President & Director of Philemon Foundation.

General Information


Hosted Online


Cancellations 14 days or more prior to the program start date receive a 100% refund of program registrations. After 14 days, up to 7 days prior to the program start date, a 50% refund is available. For cancellations made less than 7 days of program start date, no refund is available.

For additional information, including travel, cancellation policy, and disability services please visit our general information section.

Continuing Education Credit

This program meets qualifications for 13 hours of continuing education credit for Psychologists through the California Psychological Association (PAC014) Pacifica Graduate Institute is approved by the California Psychological Association to provide continuing education for psychologists.  Pacifica Graduate Institute maintains responsibility for this program and its content.  Full attendance is required to receive a certificate.

This course meets the qualifications for 13 hours of continuing education credit for LMFTs, LCSWs, LPCCs, and/or LEPs as required by the California Board of Behavioral Sciences.  Pacifica Graduate Institute is approved by the California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists (#60721) to sponsor continuing education for LMFTs, LCSWs, LPCCs, and/or LEPs.  Pacifica Graduate Institute maintains responsibility for this program/course and its content.  Full attendance is required to obtain a certificate.

For Registered Nurses through the California Board of Registered Nurses this conference meets qualifications of 13 hours of continuing education credit are available for RNs through the California Board of Registered Nurses (provider #CEP 7177).  Full attendance is required to obtain a certificate.

Pacifica Graduate Institute is approved by the California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists to sponsor continuing education for LMFTs, LCSWs, LPCCs, and/or LEPs.  Pacifica Graduate Institute maintains responsibility for each program and its content.  Full day attendance is required to receive a certificate.

Continuing Education Goal.  Pacifica Graduate Institute is committed to offering continuing education courses to train LMFTs, LCSWs, LPCCs, and LEPs to treat any client in an ethically and clinically sound manner based upon current accepted standards of practice.  Course completion certificates will be awarded at the conclusion of the training and upon participant’s submission of his or her completed evaluation.

CECs and Online Program Attendance: Participants requesting Continuing Education Credits (CECs) for Online programs must attend all live sessions (offered via Zoom) in order to receive CECs. Please make sure that your Zoom account name matches the name of the attendee requesting CECs.

For additional information, including travel, cancellation policy, and disability services please visit our general information section.

Registration Details

September 14th, 2024 – July 12th, 2025

Number of Classes: 13
Class Length: 1.5 Hours
Class Times: 8:00 – 9:30 AM PT
CECs: 13

Participants requesting Continuing Education Credits (CECs) for Online programs must attend all live sessions (offered via Zoom) in order to receive CECs. Please make sure that your Zoom account name matches the name of the attendee requesting CECs.

All of the live Zoom sessions will be recorded and made available to everyone registered for the program. If you watch the recordings and keep up with the online discussion forum you will qualify for the certificate of completion. Live attendance to the Zoom sessions is not necessary unless you are looking to obtain Continuing Education Credits.